Oh my sparkle divas, do I have a dilemma for you today! Read on and I’ll let you duke it out in the comments! It was March of last year and the rainbow-tastic Jeliquilts
(Kelly) posted a Pay It Forward blog post, inviting her tribe of readers to participate. Being a relatively new blogger myself, I’d never heard of such a thing. I knew Jeliquilts
was all about rainbows though, and lovelies, I didn’t hesitate one moment to sign up for whatever she was dishing out.
Well nearly a year later and look what showed up on my doorstep! Ga-ga-gorgeous! I have it positioned on the couch in such a way that it is the first thing I see when I walk in the front door. It’s also helping me continue the slow and steady takeover of handmade cushions for the couch!
also included two new spools of Aurifil thread. Girl, can I sign up for that Pay It Forward program again, because I’m totally winning! You know who else could be winning? YOU! That’s because it’s time for me to select guest hosts for Sunday Stash for this quarter. So now you’ve got a big decision because you can only pick one…
Door Number One: Pay It Forward – 3 Winners
Leave a comment telling me you want to pay it forward, baby! Then sometime in the next six months you’ll receive something fabulous and handmade by me (emphasis on the fabulous). You must commit to paying the kindness forward to three other people within six months of receiving my gift. I’ll be watching.
Door Number Two: Guest Hosting Sunday Stash – 4 Winners
Leave a comment with your preferred date, then put the champagne on ice. You must ensure I am able to contact you via email. Do remember that you MUST have an international giveaway as part of your hosting responsibilities. Think of it as a, “thank you for coming” gift.
Sunday, May 11
Sunday, May 25
Sunday, June 08
Sunday, June 22
Now, I must get back to replying to your comments! Y’all have been very vocal this weekend, and I am so inspired by it! I think I have replied to everyone who commented on the “If You Can’t Say Anything Nice …”
post, so if you haven’t heard from me, you are probably a no-reply blogger